Elizabeth-Anne Pendrey

Elizabeth-Anne Pendrey

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My mother daughter tattoo. We both got this with the leaves coloring being our kids birthstone colors

My mother daughter tattoo. We both got this with the leaves coloring being our kids birthstone colors

This DIY Sofa Table Behind Built In Outlets Allows You Plug In Your Electronics ... - http://centophobe.com/this-diy-sofa-table-behind-built-in-outlets-allows-you-plug-in-your-electronics-2/ -:

This DIY Sofa Table Behind Built In Outlets Allows You Plug In Your Electronics ... - http://centophobe.com/this-diy-sofa-table-behind-built-in-outlets-allows-you-plug-in-your-electronics-2/ -:

One-Skillet Balsamic Chicken and Vegetables - A tangy-sweet balsamic glaze coats juicy chicken and crisp-tender veggies!! Healthy, easy, ready in 15 minutes, and perfect for busy weeknights! It's a keeper!!

One-Skillet Balsamic Chicken and Vegetables - A tangy-sweet balsamic glaze coats juicy chicken and crisp-tender veggies!! Healthy, easy, ready in 15 minutes, and perfect for busy weeknights! It's a keeper!!

Breastfeeding offers many benefits to your baby. Learn more about how to properly breastfeed with this guide from our experts.

Breastfeeding offers many benefits to your baby. Learn more about how to properly breastfeed with this guide from our experts.

#tulateaches tip: To feed in your Tula Carrier, support your child’s weight with one arm to remove tension from the webbing, while adjusting the webbing to the appropriate length. Ideal placement for breastfeeding means that baby’s mouth should be at the nipple to ensure a clear airway. You may need to loosen your waist belt slightly to move the carrier lower onto your hips, in addition to slight adjustments to the shoulder straps. Keep in mind that your child will still need to be securely…

#tulateaches tip: To feed in your Tula Carrier, support your child’s weight with one arm to remove tension from the webbing, while adjusting the webbing to the appropriate length. Ideal placement for breastfeeding means that baby’s mouth should be at the nipple to ensure a clear airway. You may need to loosen your waist belt slightly to move the carrier lower onto your hips, in addition to slight adjustments to the shoulder straps. Keep in mind that your child will still need to be securely…